ISIS advertises its new gold coins but still pays its gunmen in U.S. dollars


ISIS Release Pictures of Their New Gold Coins They Say Will 'Break Capitalist Enslavement' -- So Why Are They Still Paying Their Deranged Gunmen in U.S. Dollars?

By Tom Wyke
Daily Mail, London
Sunday, August 30, 2015

ISIS have released a new hour-long video, showing off their latest propaganda tool -- their very own coin currency.

The video, which includes a dreary and distorted history of world economics, shows the smelting of gold, silver, and copper coins.

Dramatised by clips from Hollywood war films, the film accuses the United States of "confiscating Americans' real wealth through an executive decree" with the introduction of the Gold Reserve Act in 1934.

Yet despite their glorification of their new currency, ISIS have no other means to pay their band of jihadis except through the use of U.S. dollars. ...

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